The boarding tube is a short corridor, either 4 foot or 8 foot long, which connects the travel tube to an Eagle or other spaceship. The interior panels are identical to the airlock interior. The interior set does not resemble the extending boarding tube seen on the Launch Pad exterior.
The travel tube single door connects to the boarding tube.
The reverse view, to the Travel Tube door. Note the standard signage, although the horizontal panels around the door are unique.
In Dragon's Domain, there is no travel tube- just a long Moonbase corridor (longer than the launch pad buildings on the exterior views). The "No Access" and "Count Down" signs are unique to this "Embarkation Point"
In Testament Of Arkadia, there's no door to the corridor behind.
The red atmosphere seal. Although normally it wraps over the sill over the Eagle door, it can adapt to vertical spaceships hulls.
Although the panels are normally red, in some episodes such as Breakaway and here in Dorzak, they are white. While there were two panels forming an 8-foot corridor in Year 1, there was just one 4-foot wide panel in Year 2.
Space Warp: this is the only time an area on the launch pad is seen. Two different travel tubes ("1" and "2b") terminate at this room. It is a large, mostly empty, space, that may have been a busy reception area for flights to and from Earth before the breakaway. It is still well staffed, with 3 crew from Security, Service and Reconnaissance, waiting around without much to do. There is a Jarama desk with Sorella lamp and Pio Mazu Kartell desk container.
Space Warp: the angled door marked "Eagle Four Boarding Tube". It is the same design as the internal Eagle doors, and the exterior travel tube door.
The door to the Control Room is opposite the two Travel Tube doors. To the left, unseen in this shot, is a coffee machine.
Space Warp: this is the "Control Room" overlooking the Eagle hangar is adjacent to the previous reception area. The panel behind Helena is the Convertor Main Unit panel as seen in the Main Power Unit in Earthbound (the "Do Not Open" sign is visible, but the big "Danger" sign is not). There's a Boby cart.
The boarding tube is above ground, and the hangar is below ground, yet we see the hangar roof from the window. The stairs are the balcony stairs from Main Mission.
The red computer panels are normally seen in the Weapons Section, here mixed with some conventional panels. Note the Command Center desk.
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